I agree! They are an absolute scam!
Ha ha! $30 for a crappy film? It doesn't matter what food is served, this film will leave a bad taste in your mouth. =0(
"Kiss only the important ones," says kindly Uncle Bob.
Super cool people and therapist. Awesome price too
Had a wonderful time last year! Lots of games for the kids and awesome music! Looking forward to hearing. Joe Uvegas!
*Wally the Fire Eater :-)
Last year was great and this year will be even better with featured performances from EddyWayne and the B.U.S. (featuring Joe Uveges), the Hear Here National Slam Poetry team, the McDeviants, 3 Wheel Wonder Bus, Walt the Fire Eater & more!
This was a fabulous production. I thought the acting by all of the actors and actresses was brilliant. The comedy and improve was excellent and tasteful. Bravo!
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Dress rehearsal last night was fantastic! A memorable evening of modern dance...laughs, tears, and images that rest on your heart and soul.
Does the PPACS support group still meet? I have a friend who could really use the support.
"The Hear, Here! Slam at Cottonwood is a dynamic evening featuring a short open-mic, a featured artist, and 8-10 poets competing in a friendly arena with their best performance poetry in hopes of earning a spot on the 2014 Colorado Springs National Poetry Team! All-ages, all welcome, uncensored, $5 suggested donation, none turned away!"
6:00 - Doors
6:15 - Workshop
7:00 - List opens up
7:15 - Short Open Mic
7:45 - Feature performance
8:05 - Break
8:15 - Slam! (until approximately 9:30 p.m.)
Come every Third Friday to Cottonwood Center for the Arts for The Hear, Here! Slam and Open Mic!!!
Head to our Facebook page for more up-to-date info!
7:00 Sign Up
7:30 Open Mic
Every First Saturday Hear Here hosts it's All Ages | All Welcome Open Mic at Manitou Bindu (in the MAC and next to Venue 515)
This event will be centered around connecting communities by sharing food for thought and food for the soul/soles!
Potluck will always be from 6-7pm and open mic follows.
We encourage the bringing of a Pot-Luck Dish each month to share if possible. This space and event are about connecting individuals from all walks of life and offering those with just the shirt on their backs a safe space to take in home made with love food, food for thought, and plenty of hugs and smiles.
The Manitou Bindu Space is centered around healing and Poetry is a Healing Art!
There is a lot of free parking around the space!
There is also a $5 suggested donation.
HEAD HERE FOR UP TO DATE INFO!
Horrific. They remove palliative care as soon as patient is classified as Hospice. They answer to the state and NOT to the patient. One or two good employees. Mostly afraid of medical mal-practice. Really VERY un-spiritual. Do not care about patients AT ALL.
Our next photo shoot is on April 1st at 7pm and the theme is "Steampunk" Should be awesome!
Charming and entertaining.
Oops, my mistake. It looks exactly like Caitlin Goebel's painting style. Sorry about that.
Nope, we had it right the first time. I saw it with Josh Kennard and curator Abigail Kreuser tonight.
Thanks Eric H. We've updated the listing with the correct information.
Image credit for the painting that illustrates this article should be given to the artist Caitlin Goebel.
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